Considered the southern flagpole entrance, Black Hill is a main crossover type trail connecting several other trails that crisscross this region of the Florence, OHV area. Named after a nearby hill covered in black stones, the trail travels across the very flat and often muddy desert terrain. In dry conditions, the route can be completed in 2WD, but if it has rained within the last month, slippery mud puddles will likely require 4WD. The early portion of the route is used by boondockers in winter, making it a little more crowded. A mile into the trail, you will encounter more private and secluded scenic campsites hidden among the cactus. The views of the mountains to the east at sunrise are very welcoming to adventurous wheelers.
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